This is a unique opportunity to contribute to the development of a forward thinking and evolving international school as it enters the exciting new phase of opening their new campus.
In August 2017 the school began a journey toward excellence. With an aim to become recognised as a leading school across China and internationally, the school has initiated a number of strategic projects.
From August 2018 the school relocated into a new first class campus with state of the art learning spaces and boarding facilities.
Shenzhen is a dynamic and creative city of South China, set in beautiful tropical green surroundings within a futuristic and modern yet safe, family friendly city. Directly linked to Hong Kong only 45 minutes away, Shenzhen is an artistic and tech hub founded on innovation and creativity. This Pearl River Delta megalopolis is one of China’s richest cities, having grown from 30,000 inhabitants in 1980, when it was designated the first special economic zone, to a population of almost 12 million.
In 2008, Shenzhen was named a UNESCO Creative City of Design. The city continues to thrive as a leader of arts and creativity. The modern inner city is surrounded by palm-studded districts of gated communities, beautiful parks and former industrial buildings turned into contemporary art districts, cafes, restaurants, boutiques and high-ceilinged galleries.
The school is seeking to appoint a team of exemplary Primary Class Teachers, across Key Stage One and Two, to inspire and nurture the children in our school and to help shape the future of the Primary School as we embark on a new era of growth and development.
Successful candidates will have the ability to work to the highest professional standards and demonstrate creativity, energy and a flair for excellence in teaching and learning and a commitment to developing the whole child.
The school values candidates who can demonstrate a dynamic, forward thinking mindset and the ability to collaborate positively within an international team to ensure high academic standards and student achievement.
As the school progresses towards its future goals, grade level and whole school leadership opportunities will arise.
A minimum of 3 years’ experience teaching in an international school is essential. As is an excellent understanding of international school standards and teaching and learning developments. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience of teaching the IPC or IB PYP.
Suitably qualified candidates are invited to submit a one page statement/cover letter of educational philosophy and an up to date C.V, including a good recent head and shoulders photograph and the email and telephone contact details of 3 professional references, one of which must be your current Head of School.
The review of applications will begin immediately on receipt. Initial interviews will take place on a rolling basis via Skype and so early application is encouraged.